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Category: Physics Division

Medical physics resident takes first place in Young Investigator Symposium

Nichole Maughan, PhD, a Washington University medical physics resident, has placed first in the James S. Sample Young Investigator Symposium...

Radiation Oncology post-doctoral research associate wins Jack Krohmer Junior Investigator Competition

Jian Wu, PhD, a post-doctoral research associate working with Washington University medical physicist, Hua Li, PhD, at Siteman Cancer Center,...

Washington University Department of Radiation Oncology faculty members at Siteman Cancer Center receive recognition for recent publications

Two faculty members from the Washington University Department of Radiation Oncology at Siteman Cancer Center have received honors for recent...

Department of Radiation Oncology at 59th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Radiation Oncology

Next week, members of the Department of Radiation Oncology will attend the 59th annual meeting of the American Society for...

Radiation oncology names vice chair

Mutic to serve as vice chair of medical physics and clinical strategy

Department of Radiation Oncology at the 59th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine

Members of the Department of Radiation Oncology have recently returned from 59th annual meeting of the American Association for Physics...

2017 Clinical & Medical Physics Residency Graduation

The Department of Radiation Oncology would like to congratulate the 2017 graduates of the clinical and medical physics residency programs!...

Williamson to receive Farrington Daniels Award

Jeffrey Williamson, PhD (Professor, Physics Division) has been selected to receive the prestigious Farrington Daniels Award from the American Association...

Radiation Oncology junior faculty member provided assistance on neurosurgery study recently funded by NIH

Timothy Mitchell, PhD (Instructor, Physics Division) provided data analysis assistance for a brain-mapping project that has recently been funded for...

Effort to improve radiation therapy for veterans receives nearly $4 million

The Radiation Oncology Practice Assessment Program (Co-PIs:Jeff Michalski, MD and Sasa Mutic, PhD) has received an additional $3.8 million in funding.